Medable Inc. is partnering with Masimo to bring best-in-class medical-grade wearable devices to clinical research. Masimo's award-winning pulse oximeter technology has been widely trusted by clinicians for over 25 years to monitor more than 200 million patients each year and is now enabling more patients to participate in clinical trials without the burdens of ongoing trips to the trial site for routine testing. Medable has integrated Masimo's MightySat®?

Rx pulse oximeter into its evidence-generation platform for eight big-pharma-sponsored clinical trials spanning 25 countries including over 3,000 patients across two oncology indications: lung and breast cancer. The device integration eliminates significant travel burdens from often very sick patients while empowering them to participate in potentially lifesaving clinical trials. With this partnership, Medable also enables both subjective data capture - via humans through Medable's eCOA+ solution - and objective data capture via Masimo's connected sensors for multifaceted, deeper data analysis in trials.

Currently, 20% of trials leveraging Medable's evidence generation platform include a wearable device, and 35% of those are in oncology. Medable, which ranked in the top 8% of software companies on the 2023 Inc. 5000, has deployed its software-as-a-service platform in more than 300 decentralized and hybrid clinical trials in 60 countries, serving more than one million patients and research participants globally. Customers have achieved impressive results - including 200% faster enrollment and 50% cost reductions.

A Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development study shows that, on average, decentralized trials can achieve net financial benefits from five to 13 times for Phase II and Phase III trials, equating to roughly $10 million ROI and $39 million ROI for an investment on average of $500,000 in Phase II and $1.5 Million in Phase III trials, respectively.